There’s nothing worse than a bland hotel room – the
cookie-cutter approach just doesn’t work for us. That’s where Diamant Hotel in
Canberra comes to the Design Hunter’s™ aid.
A charming addition to their hotel experience, Diamant are
now offering an exclusive collection of 1-bedroom loft apartments with
individual design-focussed environments.
There are three themes across the apartments; ‘The Panton
Loft’, ‘The Mid-Century Moderne Loft’ and ‘The Featherston Loft’.
The Panton Loft
This loft apartment pays tribute to one of history’s most
exciting designers, Verner Panton, with playful shapes and silhouettes courtesy
of his iconic 1-2-3 seating system. The living/dining areas are accented with
touches of chrome while an original ‘Arco’ lamp sets the 60s tone of this
exciting yet functional space. Upstairs the mood is “space-age pop” with Kartell
bedside cabinets and Magistretti eclisse lamps.
Focussing on natural finishes and timbers – rosewood, teak,
cork complemented by leather and rustic hessian fabrics – this suite offers an
indulgent, warm and embracing interior. The spaces, complete with rosewood ply
ad leather modular sofa and an oversized cork-based lamp the apartment has been
curated by Ken Neale with Don Cameron.
The Featherston Loft
This loft puts Australia’s foremost mid-century modernist on
centre stage. Grant Featherson’s graphic, sculptural forms are exemplified in
the ‘Scape’ dining suite, offset by the voluptuous ‘System 4’ modular sofa, and
of course the classic ‘TV Chair’ design.
The apartment lets the privileged guest experience the
creative range of one of Australia’s most talented and widely respected
The Diamant Hotel loft apartment concept represents a new
and exciting alternative to short-term accommodation in Canberra. Far from a
cookie-cutter approach, these apartments offer unique design experiences for
the roaming Design Hunter™.